Durries are an attractive handloom that is used widely in home and office spaces, which adds an extra element of delight for the rooms. These are very popular as customers prefer exquisite varieties of durries made of pure cotton and jute.

Created exquisitely by hundreds of artisans in Warangal district of Telangana, the collection of these special handloom items represents an attractive assortment of decorative Cotton Durries. The Durrie making industry in Telangana state has gained prominence in the recent past. The popularity of the Durries has encouraged many weavers to take up production of Durries as they command a wide market all over.

The popular patterns which are used on Cotton Durries include Tie and Dye, interlock, Jacquard etc catering to the domestic as well as export market. Some of the popular designs include Lahari, Mogga, Sitammajada, Diamond, Fish and Dilkush etc. The patterns as well as the designs keep changing in tune with customer preferences, popularity as well as the trendy designs that are in vogue for a period of time. The main features of these Durries are that these are of seamless finish, washable and other multiple color options.

Kalamkari block prints on plain woven Durries have also gained importance in the market in recent times. There are many weavers and manufactures involved in the export, manufacturing as well as supply of the best range of Cotton printed Durries in Hyderabad, Telangana, which are then sent to clients all over India. The Durries are smoothly fabricated by means of supreme grade fabric in compliance with the market norms. Moreover, these Durries are also tested for their quality before these are put up for sale. The Durries are available in abundant colours and sizes based on the particular needs of the customers. These are used as mats for special occasions and also used for religious purposes by customers, for their quality, attractiveness and artistic finesse.